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Menya Koji

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Menya Koji specialise in ramen dishes in a contemporary and relaxing atmosphere.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:30

+65 67375416
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• 27 Mar 2014 • 139 reviews • 5 followers

Ramens are not that good, but sides fared better.

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For more details, please visit www.foodesteem.blogspot.sg/2014/03/menya-koji.html   Assari Mini Spicy Miso Ramen ($9.50). This spicy salted flavored soup ramen comes in a "larger" version ($13.80) too, but with flavored egg. Original Miso Ramen ($14.90), which they also have in mini version ($9.90) without flavored egg.
 
  Salmon Sashimi ($8.80). I like their salmon here, as I don't get the strong fishy taste as I get from other places.   Black Pepper Chicken Wings ($8.80) with sweet shoyu sauce. Just the photo itself should be able to justify how tasty it is! I love tender and juicy chicken wings :)   Mentaimayo Gyoza ($6.80 for 6 pieces). Salted cod roe pan-fried dumplings with spring onion and mayonnaise. Gyoza is not as crispy as I would love to have, and fillings are mostly spring onions. But it isn't dry at all... Plus point!
 
  The ramens are not really that delicious.. But their sides do deserve a thumbs up :) If I were to return again, I definitely will not skip the sides!   For more details, please visit www.foodesteem.blogspot.sg/2014/03/menya-koji.html
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